Major developments are in the works for Neshoba Central schools. The school board recently accepted a $2.5 million bid through ESSER funds for renovations. PryorMorrow is proud to be a part of this project.
The first phase will modernize restrooms in three buildings at the elementary school. To prevent, prepare and respond to COVID-19, Superintendent Dr. Lundy Brantley says the renovations will address airflow and cleanliness.
“What we have is ESSER money that is approved by the congress back in–sometime around Christmas.” Brantley said, “It’s the coronavirus– one of the coronavirus relief bills. We are getting 6.8 million in that which we plan on spending around 5.8 million on renovations,” Brantley said.
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Article from the District: https://www.neshobacentral.com/about/news/1710536/county-school-board-accepts-2-5m-bid-for-major-renovations